Pennsylvania Safe Routes to School Program
Helping students, schools and communities take steps in the right direction
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WHEN: May 7, 2014
Walk to School Day is an internationally recognized day that celebrates the benefits of walking by encouraging children to walk and bicycle to school.
Safe Routes to School in Pennsylvania
Safe Routes to School enables and encourages all students to walk or bicycle to school including students with disabilities.
A Resource for Healthy Walking and Bicycling
This website, administered by the Pennsylvania Safe Routes to School Resource Center, serves as a central clearinghouse of information that a community needs to develop, implement, and maintain safe, healthy walking and bicycling routes to schools.
Find the latest news, funding information, training opportunities, resources, and materials available on Safe Routes to School in Pennsylvania.
Safe Routes to School (SRTS) programs are built on collaborative partnerships among many stakeholders, including educators, parents, students, elected officials, engineers, community planners, business and community leaders, health officials, and bicycle and pedestrian advocates.
The SRTS program is funded by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and the Federal Highway Administration.